“Trevon Hill, DE, Miami - During his first two campaigns at Virginia Tech, Trevon Hill collected 15.5 tackles for loss and eight sacks. And in 2018, he excelled with 4.5 takedowns in the backfield over three appearances.”
“2012 was his first season, and Johnson and the Hurricanes were in Chestnut Hill taking on Boston College in week one. Early in the second quarter and trailing, Miami’s speedy freshman turned in his first touchdown as a Cane, and turned the game around with a 54-yard run to the end zone.”
“The Miami Hurricanes travel to Durham Bulls Athletic Park for the ACC Tournament as the fourth best team in the conference and the top seed of Pool D in the tournament. The ‘Canes will have two familiar opponents in their pool in the Virginia Cavaliers and North Carolina Tar Heels, two teams Miami played series against in the regular season. The Hurricanes were 4-2 combined against the two teams this year.”
““Man, that (quarterback) can’t read a defense!” As football fans we hear this phrase all of the time and sometimes it just feels like a euphemism for saying a player is dumb. Sometimes it’s very true but also we have to ask ourselves- how convoluted is the passing system the player is in? Is he or she being coached to understand the passing concepts in front of them? Are we creating an offensive system that benefits the players and doesn’t hinder them?”
“Spring is over. The pads have been put away until late July. The competition for playing time and starting positions has now been reduced to weight room, film study and individual workouts. A question must be asked: What is a reasonable expectation for Manny Diaz in year 1?”
“Sean Taylor was one of the greatest ever to put on a Miami Hurricanes jersey, and for three seasons he gave us some of the most memorable moments in UM history.
One of those moments came towards the end of the 2002 season. Taylor and the number-one ranked Hurricanes were running roughshod over everyone in their path, and a November matchup brought Miami to upstate New York to take on Syracuse.”